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    A development by Bukit Sembawang that stands for sheer relaxation. With architecture that inspires (based on the work of the late Dutch artist, Pieter Cornelis [Piet] Mondrian), wonderful facilities that revive and delight, and a quiet neighbourhood with a countryside setting, Parc Mondrian trully epitomizes the art of relaxed living.

    Nestled in one if the greenest parts of Upper Serangoon Road, Parc Mondrian enjoys close proximity to good schools such as St Andrew's Junior, St. Andrew's Secondary, St. Andrews Junior College, Cedar Primary, Cedar Girls' Secondary and Maris Stella High. Nearby great shopping and dining conveniences are plentiful. The CTE / PIE, as well as the Potong Pasir and Woodleigh MRT stations are just minutes' walks away, allowing you quick and easy access to the city and CBD.

    Comprising of 2, 3, 3+study and 4 bedroom penthouses and with only 100 apartments, Parc Mondrian is exquisitely planned for those who recognize its signature distinctiveness. It is where you can pamper and relax yourself with our range of facilities such as lap pool with infinity edge, Jacuzzi, children's pool, children's playground, BBQ pit, fragrance garden, timber deck, foot reflexology, footpath, water feature, fitness station, gymnasium and function room.



    [B]Project Information Development Name[/B] : Parc Mondrian
    [B]Location[/B] : Along Woodleigh Close
    [B]Type of Development[/B] : 17-storey apartments with facilities
    [B]Tenure[/B] : Freehold
    [B]No. of Units[/B] : 100
    [B]Unit Type[/B] : 2 / 3 / 3 + study / 4 bedroom Penthouses
    [B]Floor Area (sq ft)[/B] : 904 - 2,519 sq ft
    [B]Developer[/B] : Bukit Sembawang View Pte Ltd
    [B]Developer's Licence No.[/B] : C0092
    [B]Expected TOP Date[/B] : 31 March 2011
    [B]Expected Date of Legal Completion[/B] : 31 March 2014
    [B]Lot/MK No.[/B] : 5313M & 9645K MK 17 at Woodleigh Close
    [B]Building Plan No.[/B] : A0814-00002-2005-BP01,A0814-00002-2005-BP02, A0814-00002-2005-BP03
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    [B]Site Plan[/B] :


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    Alamak. This property sold out so fast even before I could go take a look! I remember reading an article in the Business Times after it sold 90% in a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, I delayed and missed out.

    Does anyone know why it sold faster than neighboring Blossoms as well as One Leicester, a little further south? I normally associate the developer with semi-detached and clustered housing developments, but I guess that didn't really matter for Parc Mondrian buyers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Alamak. This property sold out so fast even before I could go take a look! I remember reading an article in the Business Times after it sold 90% in a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, I delayed and missed out.

    Does anyone know why it sold faster than neighboring Blossoms as well as One Leicester, a little further south? I normally associate the developer with semi-detached and clustered housing developments, but I guess that didn't really matter for Parc Mondrian buyers.
    The launch price was around $600-$700psf which OL and Blossom was also selling for their last few units.

    However, you must have a car if buying Parc Mondrian....it's quite far from the main road and is an upslope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    The launch price was around $600-$700psf which OL and Blossom was also selling for their last few units.

    However, you must have a car if buying Parc Mondrian....it's quite far from the main road and is an upslope.
    My neighbor bought a unit in Parc Mondrian and it's simply not true about having a car. We walked the distance from the site to Potong Pasir MRT and its under 10 minutes. We also walked the distance from the site to the Woodleigh MRT and its under (or about) 4 minutes.

    In any case, if the Parc Mondrian folks need a car, then certainly the Bloosoms people also need a car because both developments are essentially equi-distant from the main road.

    Incidentally, I checked out both showflats and personally agreed with my colleague's choice (even though Parc Mondrian sits on a smaller site and doesn't have a tennis court). The place looks much better and more beautiful and, with only 100 units, more exclusive. Anyway, that's my two cents from someone who doesn't even plan to live there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    My neighbor bought a unit in Parc Mondrian and it's simply not true about having a car. We walked the distance from the site to Potong Pasir MRT and its under 10 minutes. We also walked the distance from the site to the Woodleigh MRT and its under (or about) 4 minutes.

    In any case, if the Parc Mondrian folks need a car, then certainly the Bloosoms people also need a car because both developments are essentially equi-distant from the main road.

    Incidentally, I checked out both showflats and personally agreed with my colleague's choice (even though Parc Mondrian sits on a smaller site and doesn't have a tennis court). The place looks much better and more beautiful and, with only 100 units, more exclusive. Anyway, that's my two cents from someone who doesn't even plan to live there.
    For the older ppl, like my parents, walking from Potong Pasir or future Woodleigh station to Parc Mondrian or Blossoms is not an easy task for them.

    That's the reason why I bought OL. But I have to agree Parc Mondrian has quality and is exclusive, just not so convenient for older ppl.

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    I just a posting at the [email protected] thread that they too have sold out. Phew! Now, at least the entire Woodleigh close is sold out for now. Let's just hope that the government discloses some more information about the planned development of Bidadari as well as when the Woodleigh MRT will open for business. I really believe that good things are in store for the greater area stretching all the way from One Leicester all the way to Braddel/Bartley Roads. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    I just a posting at the [email protected] thread that they too have sold out. Phew! Now, at least the entire Woodleigh close is sold out for now. Let's just hope that the government discloses some more information about the planned development of Bidadari as well as when the Woodleigh MRT will open for business. I really believe that good things are in store for the greater area stretching all the way from One Leicester all the way to Braddel/Bartley Roads. Any thoughts?
    I wonder whether the government is going to open up the Bidadari site before places like Pungol fill up. You guys might be in for a loooong wait before the Woodleigh MRT's opened. I wish you well though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    I wonder whether the government is going to open up the Bidadari site before places like Pungol fill up. You guys might be in for a loooong wait before the Woodleigh MRT's opened. I wish you well though.
    Well, the good thing about the Woodleigh MRT is that it is actually there, as opposed to being a plan or being built. Eventually--and I think in about 3 years, its gates will be flung open. That area is set for good things. I just wish I'd bought something. In any case, there's still lots of land around where the current Salvation Army store is. Likewise, the huge empty field in between the Salvation Army store and Blossoms won't always be a field. Same thing goes for the plot where the Blossoms show-flat was. Hopefully, whenever these placees come on board, they are still affordable. Let's wait.

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    Woodleigh MRT being operational is simply a matter of time. Like what the previous poster said, it's actually already there and not like it doesn't exist.

    About Parc Mondrian, nice development. As it is a Bukit Sembawang development, I have full faith in their attention to detail and when you consider their experience in building/developing high end homes, you can be sure Parc Mondrian will not disappoint. Not vested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe
    Woodleigh MRT being operational is simply a matter of time. Like what the previous poster said, it's actually already there and not like it doesn't exist.

    About Parc Mondrian, nice development. As it is a Bukit Sembawang development, I have full faith in their attention to detail and when you consider their experience in building/developing high end homes, you can be sure Parc Mondrian will not disappoint. Not vested.
    The only problem with Parc Mondrain is it has 2 visitor parking lots. Everything else is excellent.

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